Winner of the Legal 500 - 'Criminal, Fraud & Licensing Law Firm of the Year 2019'
Kangs Solicitors remains open for business.
Many of our lawyers are working remotely and have full access to the office and case management systems to ensure that all cases continue to be progressed.
Our switchboard remains open. Please call the office telephone number on the right and you will be put through to the relevant person.
We are able to conduct meetings by telephone, conference call and skype and we welcome new enquiries.
Please stay safe in these troubled times.
With best wishes from all at Kangs Solicitors.
R v R – Birmingham CC | £35m Money Laundering
R v H – Teeside CC | £200m Mortgage Fraud
R v MM – Southwark CC | £21m MTIC Fraud
R v H – Manchester CC | £2.3m MTIC Fraud
Criminal | Civil | Regulatory | Sports law solicitors
Kangs Solicitors is an experienced and dynamic law firm with offices in Birmingham, London and Manchester.
We are the proud winners of the prestigious National Award, the Legal 500 ‘Criminal, Fraud & Licensing Law Firm of the Year’. Since 1997, we have undertaken every aspect of criminal law from white collar crime/serious fraud of all types including VAT/MTIC fraud and money laundering to other serious non-financial ‘blue collar’ criminal matters. We have been instructed in relation to some of the largest fraud and serious crime cases throughout the country over the last two decades.
The firm’s civil law expertise includes insolvency, dispute resolution & litigation, intellectual property disputes and alternative dispute resolution.
Our regulatory law work involves defending cases brought by the Health & Safety Executive, the Environment Agency, Trading Standards, the Insolvency Service and the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy covering areas such as corporate manslaughter, fire safety, waste management & waste disposal and company director disqualification.
An extensive service in sports law & management is also provided through our team of FA registered lawyers.
More often than not, the superior financial resources of a proposed opponent deters many aggrieved prospective Claimants from pursuing their rights through the civil courts. Stuart Southall of Kangs Solicitors considers the case of Bentley 1962 Limited & Another v...
The Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 introduced Sexual Risk Orders (‘an Order’) which are controversial to the extent that an Application for an Order can be made even if the subject of the Application has not been convicted or cautioned for a sexual...
The Scrap Metal Dealer Act 2013 (‘the Act’) was enacted to regulate the industry and it creates criminal offences for those individuals and companies failing to comply. Tim Thompson of Kangs Solicitors outlines some of the provisions. The Law | Kangs Scrap Metals...
The law makes provision for anyone subject to a Director Disqualification Order by virtue of a Disqualification Undertaking to apply to the court for its variation or even provide for it to cease to be in force. Tim Thompson of Kangs Solicitors briefly discusses...
Kangs Solicitors has recently successfully acted for a client seeking the release of funds, which had been made the subject of an Account Freezing Order (‘AFO’), and which the Crown was seeking to forfeit. Tim Thompson of Kangs Solicitors explains the circumstances....
The Specialist Fraud Department is headed by Hamraj Kang who is the Legal Aid Agency’s approved supervisor for Very High Cost Cases (VHCC) cases.
Computer Crime or Internet Fraud (also known as “cybercrime”) involves such activities as hacking, maliciously creating and spreading viruses and the use of counterfeit software.
The firm’s Serious Crime Team is led by Mr Hamraj Kang and the General Crime Team is led by Mr Sukhdip Randhawa who are experts in this field.
Civil Law Expertise
Including but not limited to Director Disqualification proceedings, Actions for and against, Insolvency Practitioners, Insolvency law and advice to directors, shareholders and external investors
The general crime team, headed by Mr Sukhdip Randhawa also specialise in defending a variety of motoring matters from speeding to death by dangerous driving.
The use of various psychoactive substances for the purposes of recreation is widespread and range from the legally and generally socially acceptable use of substances such alcohol, nicotine and caffiene
2 Wake Green Road, Moseley
Birmingham, B13 9EZ
0121 449 9888
9 Carmelite Street,
London, EC4Y 0DR
020 7936 6396
76 King Street
Manchester, M2 4NH